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this looks good

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by kourosh, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. kourosh

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    Looks very good & no rainbows as it's 3 chip for the primary colours.
    I like that idea a lot it's allway's a problem with these large set's where you place the center speaker.
     
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    the tech they are using looks very sim to the new sony sxrd lcd rear projection sets
     
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    It's a shame that JVC have no plans to introduce D-ILA to the UK for the foreseeable future.
     
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    D-ILA and Sony's SXRD are variations on LCOS technology.

    I've contacted JVC about this and have been told that they have no plans to release it in the UK.

    They must be mad! If the price was right, I'd have one!

    T.
     
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    the top spec set 61" is $5500 which works out just under £3000 but as usual we get bottom end spec for uk maybe in a 18months a couple of years when hdtv is sorted in this country we may see more sets available lets hope so the sony is coming over maybe jvc will change there mind :thumbsup:
     

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